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The Rundown - November 26

RFE/RL In The Media
# Read RFE/RL in "The Atlantic" on Iran's opposition leaders and the new NGO law in Russia
# "The Telegraph" cites RFE/RL reporting on Gulnara Karimova

International Press Review

# Russia has been sending planes full of cash to Syria
# Russian culture is making a comeback in Afghanistan
# Gazprom may be on the verge of a price war with Europe
# The UN criticized Russia on its human rights record
# "National Geographic" on saving the Siberian tiger

# More Shi'ites were targeted in Pakistan over the weekend
# Kabul's main universities are closed due to sectarian clashes
# "Our Man in Kabul?" - Yaroslav Trofimov, "The Wall St. Journal"
# The U.S. may keep 10,000 troops in Afghanistan

# Iran's medical technology continues to suffer
# Turkey pays for Iranian oil and gas with gold

RFE/RL Brodacast Region
# "Selling the Georgian Dream" - Luka Oreskovic, "Moscow Times"
# "The Guardian" reports on the Ramush Haradinaj trial

Of Interest
# On the immigrant community of Brighton Beach, New Jersey
# How to own more than 1,000 "companies"
# "Foreign Policy" compiles its 100 top global thinkers
# Which Bond villian actually would have worked?

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# The U.S. is trying to better codify its drone operations
# "How Hillary Clinton’s Choices Predict Her Future" - Stephanie McCrummen, "The Washington Post"
# "It's Hard to Make It in America" - Lane Kenworthy, "Foreign Affairs"